BOTTLES




GREEN WINE BOTTLE

  This green "blob top" style wine bottle is from the period. It stands 10 inches tall and holds almost 2 cups. It's clean, no chips and ready for use in your impression. It's a great price too.

GREEN WINE BOTTLE #BXP4 $9.95 BUY NOW!



AQUA PICKLE JAR

  One of the most common jars to find in a civil war trash pit is the pickle jar. They take several different forms and shapes but always with a common theme. A slender jar with a wide mouth. This one may very well be war date or just after. It is an unusual shape, one side is round, the other is flat and the other two sides are obtuse. It stands 7 inches tall and holds about 7 oz.

AQUA PICKLE JAR #BXP7 $9.95 BUY NOW!



DARK GREEN (OLIVE) BOTTLE

  This bottle is Civil War period or earlier. There are a few light scratches on the surface as seen in the photo, I wanted you to be aware of them. It is a good solid piece that is ready to use for what ever you want to put in it. It's going to look great at your camp site. It stands 10 inches tall and probably holds about 10 oz.

DARK GREEN (OLIVE) BOTTLE $9.95 BUY NOW!



BASKET WEAVE BOTTLE

  This bottle is post Civil War period but they are so darn hard to come by I wanted to offer it here anyway. It's a 1/2 pint, I'm not going to clean it or try to pull the cork. You may prefer to display it just as it is. It's a great bottle for any collection.

BASKET WEAVE BOTTLE $9.95 BUY NOW!





SMALL CORK TOP BOTTLES

  Here are three small cork stopper bottles all in very good condition. While even common Civil War era bottles are generally too expensive to use around the camp these slightly post war bottles will do the trick at a much more affordable price.
  We will call the bottle to the far left C-1. It is very similar to a capudine bottle. It is aqua in color and measures 3 inches tall by 1 1/4 inches wide and it is 5/8 of an inch thick. No chips or scratches of any kind. Clean and ready to use.
  We will call the one in the middle C-2. It is square, brown and stands 3 inches tall and is 1 1/8 inches wide.
  We will call the bottle to the far right C-3. It is square, clear and stands 3 inches tall. It is 1 inch wide. It is clean and ready to use.

ITEM #C-1 CORK TOP BOTTLE $3.95
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ITEM #C-2 CORK TOP BOTTLE $3.95
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ITEM #C-3 CORK TOP BOTTLE $3.95
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SMALL AQUA BOTTLE

  This style of bottle is typical of medicine bottles of the period. I don't have to tell you that bottles were used and reused around the house. What ever the homemaker needed to "bottle",you can bet there was a selections of empties to choose from. This was actually a Castoria bottle in it's previous life.
  As you can see from the photo there has been a small amount of "ground action" with the bottle causing some discoloration. Not to worry, it disappears the moment you add any liquid to the bottle. So the only time you will see that is when the bottle is empty.
Holds approx. 2 ounces.

SMALL AQUA BOTTLE 8.95 BUY NOW!




DARK WHISKY BOTTLES

  Here's a couple of great affordable Civil War Era whisky style bottles. Both are very dark in color and both are made using the 3 piece mold construction. Each stands about 10 inches tall and easily holds 12 ounces. That's a lot of Glen Livet! The bottle on the right has a nick in the bottom. Nothing that would adversely affect it's usefulness but you know what imperfections do the value of a bottle. Other than that it's perfect, I would have no problem using this bottle for drinks, ketchup or molasses.
  The bottle on the left is a close match to the other but this one has no chips or nicks. It does have some small discoloration spots due to some "ground action." I've removed most of them using a mild abrasive. If your patient you can probably remove them all. If your lazy like me then a good period style label will cover most of them. Both of these bottles are made using the 3 piece mold construction. Either would be a great and very affordable addition to your impression.

In the spring of 1863 before we lost Mid. Tenn. Bottles were in such short supply that the CS hospital in Fayetteville ran an add in the local newspaper begging for glass bottles of any discription.

BOTTLE A (on the left) $9.95 SOLD!

BOTTLE B (on the right) 9.95 SOLD



GREEN BOTTLE ORIGINAL

  This is a very nice original CW era bottle. It's 10 inches tall, 2.5 across and probably holds around 12 to 14 ounces. VG condition and ready to be refilled and corked. A very nice addition to anyones impression.

BOTTLE "1" 9.95 BUY NOW!



GREEN BOTTLE ORIGINAL

  This is a very nice original CW era bottle.It's 8 inches tall, 2.5 across and would hold about 8 to 10 ounces. VG condition and ready to be refilled and corked. A very nice addition to anyones impression.

BOTTLE "2" 9.95 BUY NOW!






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